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Where shopping is fundraising! Follow the link to purchase Gift Cards for everyday purchases and raise money for LPO.
Author: Karalee Braithwaite; Illustrated by: Joanne Lusty
LPO Umbrella (Swag)

LPO Umbrella. Purple and White with the LPO 50th Logo on the white panel.

LPO T-Shirt (Swag)

LPO Cotton T-Shirt

Little People of Ontario Awareness Wrist Bands (Swag)

Little People of Ontario Dwarfism awareness Wrist Bands
Adult and Youth Sizes in Bags of 10.

LPO Baseball Cap (Swag)

LPO Branded Baseball Cap

LPO 50th Anniversary T-Shirt (Swag)

LPO 50th Anniversary Cotton T-Shirt

FundScrip Gift Card Fundraising (Donation)

Welcome to Our FundScrip Fundraising.

What Is FundScrip?

FundScrip is a fundraising program where a percentage of the gift cards that you purchase is then donated to LPO. So at no cost to you, paying for your everyday purchases with gift cards bought through the FundScrip program financially supports LPO.

This means that just by paying for your groceries and gas with gift cards you can easily generate $30 every month for LPO - that's $360 a year! Again, it doesn't cost you anything extra. You don't have to change where you shop or what you buy.

Your evey day purchases add up to make a difference very quickly.
LPO's invitation code is: PCSLB2



The Order Cycle

Here's a simple way to visualize how you use FundScrip to raise money for LPO:
FundScrip Order Process

With a growing list of over 150 National retailers, FundScrip makes it easy to Order, Shop and Make a Difference!

FundScrip Retailers

How will I receive the gift cards I ordered?

You can use Direct Shipping and have your orders shipped to your home or any other Canadian address of your choice. And we send you a tracking email so you know where your order is while it's in transition.

It typically takes about 3-5 business days for your order to arrive after the order deadline. We ship with reliable couriers; so you can be sure your cards will arrive as promised, on time and ready for you to use.

What if I want to ask family & friend to help me support my group?

We encourage every supporter to invite their family members, friends, co-workers and neighbors to participate in FundScrip as well. After all, they probably buy groceries and gas, just like you do!  If you order online, they can order online the same way you do or you can make it really easy and order for them through your own account.

How can I pay for my gift cards

  • EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer)
  • Interac® online - earnings are reduced by $0.85
  • VISA or MasterCard- earnings are 1.99% lower than the posted rate
  • *New*  Online Bill Payment – pay for your FundScrip orders as a bill payment from your financial institution's online banking!


Where shopping is fundraising! Follow the link to purchase Gift Cards for everyday purchases and raise money for LPO.
A Little Can Do a Lot - DVD (Education)

“A Little Can Do A lot “

This DVD is available in English with language selection options for French or Spanish subtitles


Being a Little Person in a world designed for tall people is a challenge for life.  If your newborn has been diagnosed with dwarfism, you may wonder what lies ahead.  Can you meet your child’s needs?  Will your son or daughter have a good life?  “A Little Can Do a Lot” provides candid insights into such questions by weaving together the concerns of average- statured parents  and the real life experiences of Little People from 5 years of age to 70 plus.  Comments from medical specialists help round out this upbeat and informative video.

I'm Just Small, That's All. (Education)

I'm Just Small, That's All.

Author: Karalee Braithwaite
Illustrated by: Joanne Lusty

In Karalee Braithwaite's words:
"I'm Just Small, That's All" was inspired by my daughter who was born with a type of dwarfism called achondroplasia. There are over 200 different forms of dwarfism of which achondroplasia is the most common. As a child and adult her short stature and disproportionate limbs will present her with physical and emotional challenges.
I wrote this book to inform other children (from about 3 to 9 years of age) about her condition and to help them understand that despite this difference she is still an ordinary, regular child who likes to play and laugh just like they do.
Raising a child with a difference has been an eye-opener for me and her father, but it has also been extremely rewarding. We have met many wonderful people through Little People of America, both average and short stature, who have helped us understand and appreciate this diverse group of individuals.
This book is dedicated to Kali and all children with differences. You are all special and enrich our lives in so many ways.


Q: What age is appropriate for this book?
A: This book was written for children 3-9 years of age.

Q: Does the book contain any references to religion?
A: No, there are no religious references in the book

Q: Is Achondroplasia specifically mentioned?
A: The books recognizes short arms and legs but there is not a direct reference to Achondroplasia. It simply covers being small.

Author: Karalee Braithwaite; Illustrated by: Joanne Lusty
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